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May 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush has announced his selection of Janet Dempsey Steiger, a longtime friend and the chairwoman of the national Commission on Veterans Educational Policy, to be chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. If confirmed by the Senate, she would succeed Daniel Oliver.
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March 29, 1991 | S. J. DIAMOND
A lot of people who thought the Federal Trade Commission was dead, and quite a few who wished it was, are interested in the possibility that it may be coming back. After a decade of relative inactivity, even hostility toward the consumer, the agency has a new chairwoman, Janet D. Steiger, who promises "a program that provides strong national consumer protection" and is asking Congress to fund it. Most people are even more interested in what kind of FTC is coming back.
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BUSINESS
March 29, 1991 | S. J. DIAMOND
A lot of people who thought the Federal Trade Commission was dead, and quite a few who wished it was, are interested in the possibility that it may be coming back. After a decade of relative inactivity, even hostility toward the consumer, the agency has a new chairwoman, Janet D. Steiger, who promises "a program that provides strong national consumer protection" and is asking Congress to fund it. Most people are even more interested in what kind of FTC is coming back.
NEWS
May 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush has announced his selection of Janet Dempsey Steiger, a longtime friend and the chairwoman of the national Commission on Veterans Educational Policy, to be chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. If confirmed by the Senate, she would succeed Daniel Oliver.
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